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Decorating your home for the warmer months

Decorating your home for the warmer months

A simple way to welcome the warmer months into your home is by adding lighter colours.
This can be done with cushions, throws or a change of bedding.

My inspiration comes from the desire to add more of a freshness to a home, as opposed to the cooler months when I want to create a nesting feeling by adding darker tones and more texture – something you can snuggle into.

While the country is my escape, I love the colours of the beach, particularly those that have a more muted and faded look to them. Pastels, particularly in linen are such a light and fresh way of adding to a summer look.

Indoor plants not only provide a touch of green but they also improve air quality & keep air temperatures down by releasing moisture into the air.
They’re also much easier to grow in warmer weather with so many sunny days.
If you don’t have a green thumb – try a succulent as they practically look after themselves.

Summer Pastel Colours 2018/19

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Summer holidays 2018/19

With Spring peaking its head around the corner and while some days are still crazy chilly, others are so warm it easily lulls you into believing we’ll all be back in Summer clothing before we know it.

Soft summer tones inspired by the simple luxury of the French way of life and their passion for creating homes made to be lived in, loved and shared is why this the “French Country Collections” Summer collection is one I look forward to with its easy blend of classic appeal and modern-day aesthetic.

All of the following images are from French Country Collections Summer 18/19 Collection.

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French Country Collections Summer 2018/19

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French Provincial

French Provincial Inspiration

The French Provincial look dates back to the late 1700’s in French provinces, mainly Bordeaux, Brittany, Normandy and Provence.  They began to emulate the lavish furnishings adorning chateaux and estates but on a smaller scale to use in their homes. The style is both luxurious and comfortable using rustic timbers, stone and distressed materials.
A soft colour palette, think muted tones and linen fabrics.

French Country Collections are our go to supplier when looking for a simple and luxurious style and the following items are a small example of their stunning range.
To view more from French Country Collections click here.

French ProvincialFrench Country Collections Ribbed Urns

RPP: From $129

French Country Collections Camel Velvet Chair

RRP: $1,195
W58 x H80 cm

French Provincial

French Country Collections Rustic Iron Candelabra

RRP: $379
W18 x H60.5 cm

French Country Collections Piera Mirror

RRP: $789
D85cm

French ProvincialFrench Country Collections Julliet Side Board

RRP: $1,895
L100 x W41 x H95 cm

French Country Collections Bronson Chair

RRP: $1,790
L85 x W63 x H85 cm

French Provincial

French Country Collections Dark Grey Velvet Buttoned Bed Head

RRP: $620
Queen size: L160 x W10 x H126 cm
RRP: $725
King size: L190 x W10 x H126 cm

Bedheads due in October 2018.

French Provincial

French Country Collections Harrison Console TableRRP: $2,150
L160 x W38 x H75 cm

French Provincial

French Country Collections Marni Black Iron Chandelier

RRP: $995
L105 x W34 x H50 cm

French Provincial

French Country Collections Honeycomb Mirror Sideboard

RRP: $8,155
L200 x W50 x H93 cm

French Country Collections Astrid Three Tier Coffee Table

RRP: $2,295
L160 x W62 x H40 cm

French Provincial

French Country Collections Mali Three Panel Screen

RRP: $450
L150 x H180 cm

French Provincial

All images are from French Country Collections Winter 2018 Catalogue.
To view their catalogue click here.The Style Project Discount

Paloma Living Spring Summer Collection 2019
Paloma Living is another of our suppliers that we love working with for their diverse range of cushions and accessories.  Their 2019 range of linen cushions work perfectly with these French Provincial pieces.

The Style Project Pinterest

For inspiration “Pinterest” is an amazing source.
The Style Project Pinterest page has over 60,000 views per month and with 124 boards
there are thousands of images to inspire you in the world of Interior Design.

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What’s Your Style? Hamptons Coastal

Hamptons Coastal
Interior Design

Hamptons Coastal Interiors Sydney

What’s your style?

This interiors style is ever popular due to it’s ability to provide a calming and relaxed ambience in the home, while looking organised with a sophisticated, tailored aesthetic.

Max-Sparrow Furniture Inspiration

Even if your not blessed with a room of timber floor-boarding and white timber panelling along the walls, there’s no reason why you can’t dress your space to enjoy a holiday at home with this beach-inspired, natural look.

[Max-Sparrow Furniture Inspiration]

Villa Maison Suitcase

You can achieve the look at home with a careful curation of furniture and accessories along with a dash of attention to detail.
Today we dive in and focus on some great pieces that can be put together to create this style.

[Rattan Suitcase With Straps (25H x 60W x 45cmD) RRP$195]

designer boys careel bay shell collection

A Hamptons Coastal interior is light and airy with a collection of organic textures.
Combine rattan, raw timber, natural linens, and woven sea grass to bring it all together.

[Designer Boys Careel Bay Shell Collection
available in 56 x 46.5cm, 78 x 59cm, 107 x 87cm & 140 x 100cm]

Retreat Distribution

Select a neutral colour palette of beige, soft cream and ivory and bring your space to life with indigo accents.
Artworks, soft furnishings and decorative objects are great opportunities to do this.

[Retreat Distribution Hamptons Style Furniture]

retreat distribution marilyn chest

The larger furniture pieces such as the sofa, the console table and coffee table work well when they have a fuller form with a strong and solid appearance.

[Retreat Distribution Marilyn Chest (89cmW x 53cmD x  80.5cmH]

Retreat Distribution Capitola Arm Chair

The presence of these pieces is best complimented by relaxed occasional furniture such as a pair of rattan or wicker arm chairs.

[Retreat Distribution Capitola Dining Chair]

Canvas + Sasson Blue Geometric Lamp

A Hamptons interior takes influence from classical styles, demonstrated by balanced symmetry and order.
You can embrace this characteristic when you organise your decorative items by placing them in pairs.
Matching table lamps placed at either end of a console are a great example of this.

[Blue Geometric Lamp RRP$264]

Eichholtz Cliveden Sofa

Select a large, luxurious and plump sofa preferably with a skirted base and linen upholstery.
Your sofa will look complete once you add scatter cushions for extra comfort and some visual warmth.
Choose cushions in varying textures and patterns, but with a similar colour palette such as soft greys and nautical blues.

[Eichholtz – Cliveden Sofa (230cmW x 100cmD x 83cmH)]

Hamptons Cushions

[Left to Right: Canvas + Sasson Merchant Sykes Cushion (50x50cm) RRP$86
Canvas + Sasson Monaco Fringe Cushion in Grey (50x50cm) RRP$86
Vivian Grace Seville Cushion (60x40cm) RRP$99]

Bring personality to the space by styling your table surfaces, such as the coffee table, side tables and console.
Select a few found objects from the beach – think drift wood, large shells and bleached coral.

 [Atticus Lamp Table (50Wx50Dx55H) RRP$410]

Create a vignette in place by stacking a few of your favourite books and position a hurricane vase next to the stack.
You can finish the display with a large sea shell or another organic found object placed on top of the books.

[Arteriors Nantucket Driftwood Bowl RRP$645]

cromwell white faux bois floor lamp

Ensure the space has a bright and inviting ambience by bringing occasional lighting into the room.
A floor lamp works well next to a soft and cosy arm chair for illuminating night-time reading.
We love this one which features a sculpted stand to resemble a small tree.
The style and colour of this lamp compliments the organic nature of the other objects you would find in a Hamptons Coastal interior.

[Cromwell White Faux Bois Floor Lamp RRP$2,190]

gallery direct arras hurriane vase

You will find candles are always on display in a Hamptons Coastal home, whether placed atop a classical candlestick holder or inside a hurricane vase.
Silver objects add a polished finish to a table top display and your candle holding vessels are a great way to complete the look.

[Metal Accent Hurricane Vase RRP$126]

All of the items in this blog are available from The Style Project

Do you love this look as much as we do? Share your Hamptons styled
vignettes with us by tagging your Instapic with  #thestyleproject

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Your Top 3 Colour Questions Answered

1.  I’m scared to paint – what if I make a mistake?

Paint’s no different to anything else in life.  Just jump in!

I once lived in a shared house in Melbourne for only two weeks and before I moved in I painted my bedroom completely in white, then added muslin to the windows and all white bedding.

I had no idea I would live there for such a short period of time but the time I spent there was relaxing and such a lovely space to come home to – albeit brief!

All white bedroom

A good rule of thumb is to look at 1/2 and 1/4 strength options of a colour that you like.

Also take into consideration that the small paint chip you see in the hardware store will be magnified many times over on a wall.  If there’s a Dulux colour that you like just email me with the colour name and I’ll forward you A4 colour samples within the week.

You can then add to your wall and decide which colour works for you.
This so often helps to confirm which colours will and won’t work for you.

If you don’t like the colour you paint, then paint over it.

2.  What’s an alternative to white?

Grey is the perfect alternative.  It’s timeless and a beautiful contrast against white architraves.

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If you’re a little shy about painting I recommend opting for the lighter shade and then move up to a darker shade once you realise just how fabulous grey is!  Offset with a white gloss trim, this really is a stunning combination.

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3.  Will dark colours make a room appear smaller?

Dark colours can actually make a wall recede.
In the image below it looks as if the wall is further back than it actually is.

Black wall bathroom

In answer to your question, if you were to paint all four walls of a room in a dark colour, then yes it would make the room appear smaller, but one wall have give the effect of the wall receding and also adding interest to a small space.

You can use the 60/30 rule if unsure of how to add colour

Add 60% of a dominant colour
30% of a secondary colour
10% of an accent colour

Translate this to a room and the percentages are

60% of the room’s colour to the walls
30% of the room’s colour for upholstery
&
10% of the room’s colour for accent pieces – cushions & accessories.

I hope this helps with any colour dilemmas you may have and we’re
always happy to answer any questions that you have.

Interior Design Community

I mentioned a few weeks ago that we were launching a Design Community and I’m happy to announce that this is now in place.

The Style Project Residential Design

 

Be part of our Interior Design Community

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give back to you.  We are offering to be your
“Virtual Shopping Assistant” at no cost to you.

If you are looking for furniture, rugs, lighting, window treatments,
cushions, wallpaper – in fact anything for your home – email or text us an
image & we’ll send you through the best pricing we can obtain.

info@thestyleproject.com.au
02 9787 9183 or 0413 772 352

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Invitation from Inside Out Magazine

Palm Beach Open House

Late last year I was invited by Claire Bradley, Editor in Chief of Inside Out Magazine to an
Open for Inspection at a house in Palm Beach.  An invitation I quickly accepted and off I set to Sydney’s Northern Beaches with my trusty camera in hand.  I was met onsite by the lovely team from Inside Out Magazine and what appeared to be a modest cottage from the street turned out to be something rather unexpected.

From the road you see the roof of the house with water glimpses through the windows.
Step inside and this house has been designed with how this family lives in a home that truly reflects living inside and out.  The water views are simply stunning.

As I learned the story of this house I was touched when I discovered that the architect designed this house for his parents to downsize to – adding even more meaning to what was to unfold as I walked through this stunning home.

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project

Upon entering the house you head downstairs & just beyond a staircase leading to an upstairs storage area, immediately to your left is the master bedroom.

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project
The master bedroom has been designed with tranquility in mind, both in the room itself and in the stunning views visible as there are shutters over the living room enabling you to take in the panorama of the water views that lay ahead.Screen Shot 2016-02-21 at 1.17.08 pm

The master bedroom has an ensuite that to me was everything French.
Practical, stylish & just the right amount of elements all combined.
The simplicity was the perfect answer to this stunning yet simple house.

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Downstairs to the living room which was a light filled, comfortable living space.
Personalised elements filled the room along with comfortable seating & more of the white on white decor that fills the rest of the house.

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project

 A stunning view visible from both the master bedroom and the living room.
Australian’s truly have the market cornered with this style of indoor/outdoor living.
Waking to a view like this is guaranteed to set you up for a perfect day.

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A vignette in the living room – gumnuts & copper accents

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project

The house is awash with white and these black accents are the perfect compliment.  The roofline soars and the sea of white is the perfect backdrop for the the blue of the water views in this stunning home.


Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project

The living room is tranquil & timeless, yet still maintains the personality of the family living there.

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project Outdoor living with a view to die for and the protection from the elements with the shutters on either side.

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I met Shannon Voss on the day, you might remember him from The Block.
Shannon was both warm and extremely knowledgeable about the house & the journey
it had undertaken to get to where it is today.


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When walking downstairs I had no idea what to expect and then I came across two bedrooms that while very basic in their content, where all that was needed when staying overnight.  The Sheridan throws with their warm grey hues were exactly what a whitewashed room needed to add that extra warmth to the bedroom.

Inside Out Magazine Palm Beach Open House - The Style Project

A plunge pool is the perfect way to cool off on a hot Palm Beach day.

To see how this amazing day unfolded – view the video by clicking here

I would like to thank the following people for their amazing input into this fabulous day
Simon Whitbread – Photographer
Maria Dyoniziak – Stylist
Daniel Ramond – Architect
Our sponsors on the day – Sheridan

I would also like to thank Inside Out Magazine for the opportunity to see such a stunning home and be part of this fabulous story in their March 2016 issue.

Until next time

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What does a vacated apartment look like after 70+ years?

Priceless art & so much more

In 1939, 23 Year old Madame de Florian fled her apartment at the beginning of
World War II & never returned.  This is the story of that apartment.

Madame de Florian Pari Apartment

Madame de Florian Pari Apartment

Madame de Florian Pari Apartment

Madame de Florian Pari Apartment

Click here to see the full story & video

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Luxe Styling

Luxe Styling

I was told early on that I had a beer budget on
champagne taste – nothing seems to have changed too much!

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I love luxury fabrics, rich velvets, textures and beautiful things.
I’m fortunate to work in an industry where I see these things on a regular basis and the
temptation to buy is enormous (would my husband please stop reading now).

I love to mix high and low end products in my own home and
it’s something I always encourage my clients to do.

Dressing your home is similar to dressing yourself.
You can get away with an inexpensive dress from one of the many chain stores
(H & M, Forever 21 & Zara come to mind)
if you’re wearing a killer pair of shoes.

Luxe Styling - The Style Project

Mixing and matching in your home is there perfect way to enable you to
update your home as you would your wardrobe.

Canvas + Sasson are one of my “go to” suppliers when looking to add a
Luxe Look to a clients home and their price points are well placed in the market.

Luxury, Elegance & Sumptuousness are abundant in these images.

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Luxe Styling - The Style Project

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Top 10 Design Essentials

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 Design Essentials

This year I want to be able to guide you in the right direction with advice on what to look for when you’re out shopping for your home.

So often people contact me after they’ve made a costly mistake and I’d like to help you from making mistakes when decorating your home.

The first thing to do is take measurements of the space or room you are decorating.
When you’re in a store looking at items you can be thrown by the size of the space, either smaller or larger than what you are decorating.  So often people come home with a purchase they’re convinced will “make” the space and it gets lost in the room as it doesn’t make an impact.  If I have a choice of the small, medium or large when decorating, I always go with the large, you can always exchange one size down if you need to.

Model House

Sticking with a neutral pallet doesn’t always mean white, cream and beige.  I love navy and leopard as neutrals as everything else works so well with them.  If you’re a lover of bold colours then keep them in one signature piece and then accessories.  You might like to have a bold sofa and then the rest of your large items will be in neutrals, but your cushions, throws and table top accessories are all bold.  They can then be changed over to a softer colour to suit a new season or your mood.

The ten items listed below are all basics that you need to anchor a room.

Number 1 – Bedhead

Timber & Fabric Bedhead - The Style Project

Navy Velvet Bedhead - The Style Project

White Manto Timber Headboard - The Style Project

A bedhead anchors the room and adds vertical space to a room
which is dominated with a large horizontal item – your bed.

Number 2 – Lighting

Grey & white table lamp - The Style Project

Eichholtz Flores pendant light - The Style Project

 

Eichholtz Miles Davis Pendant - The Style Project

Funky floor lamp - The Style Project

 

From floor lamps to pendant lighting, this is one of the “hero” items you need to purchase.  Lighting is so important when setting the mood of any room.  I add dimmers to all lights so that they can transform from functional task lighting to soft and moody party lighting with the turn of a dial!

Number 3 – Rugs

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Bayliss Rugs - The Style Project

A rug will define a space in open plan & warm up a room.
I think of rugs as “Floor Fashion”, the finishing to touch to your room.

Number 4 – Sofa

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Super comfey slip cover sofa - The Style Project

Custom sofa The Style Project

Comfort and style are so important here.
Think of the number of hours you will spend on your sofa.
Just like your bed it needs to be comfortable and built to last.

Custom sofas can be tailored to fit your exact requirements for far less than settling on

something that sort of works in the space.

Number 5 – Coffee Table

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Worlds Away Jenny Gold Leaf Coffee Table - The Style Project

Number 6 – Dining Chairs

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Rivera Luli dining chair - The Style Project

So you’re probably thinking what about the table?  I’ve never been a fan of “matchy matchy” and this is particularly true
when it comes to dining table & chairs.

You can use an existing dining table, a family heirloom or an op shop find & then totally transform the table with the right chairs.  For a heavy timber table you don’t want timber chairs, go for something that lightens the look
and overall feel.  A glass table top would benefit from a timber chair to balance it out.

Number 7 – Cushions

Custom cushions from The Style Project

Custom Cushions from The Style Project

Custom cushions from The Style Project

How many cushions does one person need?  A question my husband asks me regularly.
There’s really no straight answer except to say that it’s nice to have the option to switch them around whenever I feel like!
If I buy cushions from a retailer I always remove the poly insert and add my own feather insert.  They’re so much more comfortable and add a touch of luxury to your sofa and chairs.
Without a doubt a 60 x 60cm feather filled velvet cushion is my favourite accessory to add to a living room or bedroom.

Number 8 – Side Tables
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Side Table - The Style Project

You’re drinking a coffee & reading a magazine – you need a side table
Your guest wants to put down her glass of champagne to throw her arms up in amazement about what you’ve done with the room – you need a side table
They’re versatile and so easy to move from room to room, they even make fabulous bedside tables

Number 9 –  Butchers Block

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I love the versatility of a butchers block.
An excellent area for food prep and at any time it can be whisked away to create more space or they make an excellent bar when called for.

Number 10 – Wallpaper

While you might be thinking, really this is essential?
OK essential might be a bit of a stretch, but it will finish off any room and give you the WOW factor!
A wall can be transformed in a matter of hours and is one of my favourite parts about seeing a room come together.
I’ve never had a client who wished they hadn’t wallpapered!

Wallpaper from The Style Project

Custom wallpaper from The Style Project

Custom wallpaper from The Style Project

 Don’t forget the number one rule when selecting items for your home

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If you don’t love it
You don’t buy it!

 

Until next time

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A one day sale you might be interested in

Orson and Blake

ORSON & BLAKE

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Instagram Inspiration

 

Instagram

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My social media until recently consisted of blogging, facebook, pinterest and twitter, and of those blogging  and pinterest went hand in hand with all of the amazing images pinned.  I was initially reluctant to expand into Instagram, but now I love it.  The images are fabulous, the topics diverse and adding an image is so simple and you get your message out instantly – hence the name!

Recent posts have been of an item I found on the side of the road followed by its transformation, a meal from a bar I went to (it seems as if half the world now photographs their food before they eat and I thank Stephen for his patience) a photograph from Vivid and some client images.

You can view my Instagram page here

I’ve added some images from Instagrammers that I follow and will be sure to add to my current 133 posts in no time at all.

Instagram

Instagram

Instagram

@johnyunis

@johnyunis

@shinylittlepages

@shinylittlepages

@ministryoftalent

@ministryoftalent

 @ladychatterleysaffair

@ladychatterleysaffair

@real_simple

@real_simple

@lisamessenger

@lisamessenger

@desireettlaplante

@desireettlaplante

@jaivasicek

@jaivasicek

@katherinedorrington

@katherinedorrington

@katbohan

@katbohan

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 Until next time

Yours in Style – Kim x

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